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  • Pantagruel burst out a laughing; whereat they were greatly dismayed; for laughter killeth the whole race of Coqcigrues, and they may not endure it.

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  • For all the air of that land is full of laughter, which killeth Coqcigrues; and there aboundeth the herb Pantagruelion.

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  • Then said Panurge, as well as he might for the chattering of his teeth: “May I never drink if here come not the Coqcigrues!” and this saying and prophecy of his was true and inspired.

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  • Thereafter they searched no longer; but, abiding at their ease, were merry, frolic, jolly, gay, glad, and wise; only that they always and ever did expect the awful Coming of the Coqcigrues.

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  • For all the air of that land is full of laughter, which killeth Coqcigrues; and there aboundeth the herb

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  • Coqcigrues! 'and this saying and prophecy of his was true and inspired.

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  • But for thee, Master Francoys, thou art not well liked in this island of ours, where the Coqcigrues are abundant, very fierce, cruel, and tyrannical.

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  • Such was their destiny; there was their end appointed, and thither the Coqcigrues can never come.

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  • I am not feeling fancy at all. I am reading a Lord Peter Wimsey book by Dorothy L. Sayers.It is called Gaudy Night. I looked up Coqcigrues since it was unknown to me. I like your site now as a new member.

    May 15, 2017